How to Find Jobs Before They're Posted
Wouldn't it be great if you could find out about job opportunities before they were posted on the job boards? You can, thanks to Jim Stroud, author and editor of The Hidden Job Report, a free weekly newsletter that gives advanced notification of employment opportunities before a job description can be written. The report shares major hiring announcements that take place predominantly in the United States, but also all over the world.
Stroud, who writes about job search and produces a Web series for job seekers is always on the lookout for creative ways to generate leads for job seekers. His idea was that if he could look into the future and see who would be hiring, subscribers to the report could be first out of the gate to apply. So Stroud started researching market reports to determine where the hiring trends were by industry, job function, and geography, and the result was The Hidden Job Report.
Simplicity is one of the main draws of the report. Stroud offers a headline, a snippet of an article, and a link to more information. It's that easy.
The Hidden Job Report is free due to support from generous sponsors. If you know someone who would benefit from The Hidden Job Report, you can share this information on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking platforms.
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